Beowabbit (beowabbit) wrote,

Two things

(1) Back from a wonderful weekend in Montréal with plumtreeblossom. When can we go back?

No time/energy to tell y’all about it tonight, but I’ll post when I get a chance.

(2) A question for the costume-, theatre-, and history-geeks in the audience: I’m playing the narrator in “The Tell-Tale Heart”, and we’re playing it mid-19th-century in New England. What would either (a) a formerly well-to-do man a bit down on his luck and wandering in search of work or shelter, or (b) a hired farm hand have worn in New England (call it Maine or New Hampshire) towards the middle of the 19th century?

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